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any day

informal

Definition of any day in English:

1At any time or under any circumstances (used to express a strong opinion or preference): they could outfight the police any day
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  • Me, I'd prefer to walk the streets of New York - any day of the week.
  • Give me a decent book over the TV any day of the week.
  • I would still take the heat and humidity over the cold any day of the week.
2Very soon: she’s expected to give birth any day now
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  • Expect to see inquiries in Denmark, Poland and Spain any day soon.
  • The ticket for Bob should be arriving any day soon.
  • In fact, I think they will agree that any day will be too soon.
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Pronunciation: dʒɔːnt
noun
a short excursion or journey made for pleasure